changes, become a member of THE EUROPEAN GREENS (TEG) and join forces
at European level through the first real
European movement, wherever you live in Europe.
European Greens is the first real European movement represented by
different countries. No matter in which 28 European Union (EU) member
states you are located, you can support the party in their
goals for a democratic, healthy and honest society Europe
for all European inhabitants by signing in: As a member (€ 50.00 per
year) / as a member with a minimum income, € 20.00 per year,
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IBAN: NL24 TRIO 0198 5280 51
Attn: The European Greens in Utrecht
Name of creditor:
National Secretariat De Groenen
and city: 3500 BG UTRECHT
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an annually instruction to your bank in order to debit your contribution and
that your bank carries out this instruction. Every year, at least one week
before depreciation we will send you a reminder
If you do
not agree with a charge, you can get your contribution back.
Simply take within eight weeks of depreciation contact your bank.
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Name: National Secretariat De Groenen
Address: Postbox 1251
Postal code and city: 3500 BG UTRECHT
Country: The Netherlands
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Netherlands participated. Over time, more and more countries decided to join. The union reached its current size
of 28 member countries with the accession of Croatia on 1 July 2013
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